Yummy Alpine Delicacy: Hunter Schnitzel With Mushroom Gravy!
For next week, Chef Janine is serving her ketogenic interpretation of this refreshingly light and delicious meal. She is preparing her "Alpine Jaeger Schnitzel" with hormone- and antibiotics-free chicken breast breaded with finely ground pork rinds. She serves on the side riced buttery cauliflower, seasonal fresh green beans and a rich creamy mushroom gravy. Chef Janine's COMFORT KETO version of this fine dish comes with a small serving of our house made sour cherry jam.
Schnitzel incorporates meats such as veal, pork, beef or chicken. The thinly sliced meat is served in form of boneless cutlet. The German word schnitzel means 'slice'. The term schnitzel for thinly sliced meat was first attested in the mid 19th Century.
The dish escalope in France and Spain, cotoletta in Italy, kotlet schabowy in Poland, tonkatsu in Japan, milanesa in Latin America, chuleta valluna in Colombia, and chicken-fried steak and pork tenderloin of the United States are similar to Schnitzel.
Popular kinds of Schnitzel in the German lands
There are four popular kinds of Schnitzel in the German lands. While they are breaded, there are regional differences between Germany, Austria (Vienna - this Wiener Schnitzel) and Switzerland regarding how they are served.
The most common versions besides the "Plain Schweineschnitzel" (usually pork, sometimes veal) are:
Wienerschnitzel is usually veal and served with a lemon wedge,
Rahmschnitzel is served with a cream sauce,
Zigeunerschnitzel (“gypsy” schnitzel) is served with a bell pepper sauce, and
Jaegerschnitzel is served with a rich brown mushroom gravy.
Most restaurants in the middle European region serve Plain (Schweineschnitzel) and Jägerschnitzel; by the way Jaegerschnitzel is one of German speaking world's most popular foods.
These delicious meals are typically served with a combination of sides such as Spätzle (home made egg noodles), pommes frites (French fries), Swabian potato salad, potatoes with parsley and butter, leafy green salad, German cucumber salad and sauerkraut. Most of these sides are unfortunately loaded with carbs and are not ketogenic. As sides, leafy green salad, German cucumber salad and sauerkraut are perfectly ketogenic.
Here is the full MENU for the week of February 21: *** CALIFORNIAN: The "Raspberry Super Power Bowl" *** SWEDEN: The "Crab Steak Oscar" *** GERMAN/FRENCH: The "Rosemary Chicken Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing" *** TUSCAN: The "Jumbo Tuscan Chicken Wrap Sandwich" *** SWISS/GERMAN: The "Alpine Jaeger Schnitzel"
Please follow the link below to check out the menu details and order for delivery on February 21: https://www.myketopal.com/10-weekly-meals-winter-menu-11
Bon appétit! Your Master Keto Chef Janine Lechuga